After Maresha's destruction in 40 B.C.E. the site transferred to Beit Govrin. Beit Govrin is first mentioned as a Jewish village during the First Jewish rebellion and its meaning in Hebrew ... See full synopsis »

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After Maresha's destruction in 40 B.C.E. the site transferred to Beit Govrin. Beit Govrin is first mentioned as a Jewish village during the First Jewish rebellion and its meaning in Hebrew is "The House of Men". Beit Govrin was taken by the Roman in 68 C.E, most of its Jewish settlers escaped the village and others were taken captive. The romans settled there one of their garrison force, and since then Beit Govrin became an important Roman center in Palestine. The site's population included Jews and Roman citizens and a few years later it became one of main mixed cities in all of Palestine. Beit Govrin is located on an important junction, and in 130 C.E in the Days of Emperor Hadrian an important road that connected "Ilia Capitoline" (Jerusalem) to Beit Govrin was paved. The road made Beit Govrin a main center, and in 200 C.E it was recognized by the Roman rein as a "Polis" and got a new name "Aleothropolis" meaning the city of the free people in Greek. From the Roman Period remained ...

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1 July 2017 (USA) See more »

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